Alma can help charter schools get a holistic view of student learning, reduce busywork, support progressive educational approaches, and save money.
But no matter how resourceful they are, most charter schools face significant challenges, including exhausting schedules, scarce resources and high expectations from parents and the community.
At Alma, we understand the challenges charter schools face, and we believe a holistic student engagement platform can help.
Alma’s modern design and intuitive interface saves time and provides better insight into student attendance, performance, and more.
From Traditional letter grades to custom rubrics for Common Core Standards, Alma saves teachers time while providing the control and flexibility to allow them to teach and grade the way they choose.
Alma's easy-to-use Set Up Wizard provides step-by-step directions to help you set your grading periods, grading scales, grade levels, and bell schedule.
Alma creates holistic student profiles so that teachers, administrators and parents can see student information side-by-side with insights about the student's performance, attendance, enrollment, teacher notes and more.
From Traditional letter grades to custom rubrics for Common Core Standards, Alma's integrated gradebook is designed to save teachers time while providing the control and flexibility to allow them to teach and grade the way they choose.
Alma offers robust curriculum tools based on a backward design model, allowing teachers to define learning targets, create units and lesson plans, and automatically map lesson plans against the school calendar.
Alma lets you create, customize, develop, and distribute report cards like never before, customizing them with your own layouts, school logo, and more.
Alma lets families access curriculum, lessons and assignment details online. The weekly calendar view helps students stay on top of upcoming assignments and exams.
School administrators can broadcast emergency notifications to staff, parents and students via text or voice message, and publish non-emergency announcements via email and the virtual school bulletin board.